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No. 4210, Kalua-Kawawaeluhi, Waimea, January 14, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: We hereby request you for a houselot for ourselves at Kaohiauli in Puukapu, in Waimea, Hawaii. The length is 20 fathoms and the width is 15 fathoms, a rectangle. The fencing is not completed but it is being done. A small house stands here. The konohiki, Moluhi, has consented. Also, there are two gardens at Puukapu which we wish to secure for ourselves. Wawaeluhi has ten gardens.
No. 4210, Wawael ....
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.... ki, banana, taro: The boundaries are all for Moluhi.
7. Sugar cane, mamaki: Moluhi's boundaries.
8. Sugar cane, mamaki: Moluhi's boundaries.
9 & 10. Taro and mamaki: The boundaries are the same, all for Moluhi.
Moluhi had given him his interest at the time Keopuolani was yet alive; no one has objected to this day."
Kualehelehe, sworn and stated, "I have known exactly as Hanehane has just related here."
[Award 4210; R.P. 6835; Puukapu S. Kohala; 1 ap.; 3 Acs; R.P. 7675; Puukapu S. Kohala; 2 ap.; 3.247 Acs]